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Oct 1, 2012 8:00am PDT
at least some degree of self-discipline and self-control. jack, what are we going to do about a snack today? would you like to be last? no? would you like snack at all? would you? yeah. well, you two are in here, and all of our friends are washing their hands. hendrick: our goal should be to guide and discipline our children so that they feel supported and valued, not judged and rejected. woman: come here. you hold one, and i'll hold one. [whining] here. you hold one, and i'll hold one. there you go. where will we put it? you're going to put yours there? i'm gonna put mine right here. hendrick: warm, nurturing relationships plus firm controls combined with the reasons for rules can go a long way in promoting self-discipline and self-control in children. woman: it's not o.k. to get it too close to your eyes. i need you to keep it away... girl: i know. from off of your eyelids. girl in red: i'm not doing my eyelids. you're not gonna do your eyes, tanya? it's really pretty if you do your eye shadow. but she's remembering that the rule is that we can't put the face paint around our eyes, 'cause
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